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Introduction to all the real-life locations shown, is included at the end of - I read this book from NetGalley UK in exchange for a fair review. I absolutely adored the end of each chapter when some of the stores and restaurants etc mentioned in the main story were highlighted and talked about with their real address given too! The manga consists of small encounters that all end up people moving, which makes this kind of boring too. Each chapter includes a short travel guide of the neighborhood showing the shops and food that were visited in the story. I read many kind of genres. However, I like this a lot more than TTG. Each chapter follows a different client and tours a different section of Tokyo, followed by a page specifying some of the real locales mentioned in that chapter. I loved that they sometimes even texted with the twins to let them know they were having a good time. Even though they are not the most professional in terms of office etiquette, they know their stuffs. In this graphic no I don't know any districts in Tokyo so I'm not aware where Kichijoji is. People and places differ, but everything else stays the same, which is a shame. Something that I also love is how the author put the article about the real places. It has not influenced my opinions. My favourite thing about this manga is the little page after each chapter where they show you the real life locations they featured and their addresses so you can find them if so inclined - it would be awesome to visit some of these cool locations on a trip! This is a great thing Is Kichijoji the Only Place to Live? They run the estate agency in their own way. In this graphic novel, it showcases that there are a lot of parts in Tokyo that can be an alternative to Kichijoji and they also noted distinct qualities of each town that can help people on deciding where they want to roam around or live. This is a great thing actually and we get to see other places in Tokyo that are real and actually exist. They are odd and the place looks run down, but they surely know what they are doing making people fall in love... The story probably wouldn't have worked as well as this art style gives the perfect ambience to the story! I loved that these girls were professional, but weren't afraid to treat their customer to a nice snack or meal and then hold a casual but still mostly serious conversation about all things. I loved this because it was different, but also because the main characters are chubb This is such a unique, quirky manga about two twin sisters that run a real estate office in Tokyo. Plus, there's two fat leads, which is always a positive in my books! In this volume, the customers are all ladies. Reading Kichijoji often reminded me of Tokyo Tarareba Girls: actually, the art bears a bit of resemblance to that work too. I mean they are real estate agents who are quite good at their job... That sounds sooooo pants, right? I was in Tokyo just two months ago, but after reading this, I wanna go back there pronto!!! Something that I also love is how the author put the article about the real places. They were a great real estate agent. The guy who works with the girls? Introduction to all the real-life locations shown, is included at the end of every chapter too. and Tokyo Tarareba Girls, it's fun to read as a grown-up and get a peek at everyday adult life in another country. This was one of the manga that I was very excited about ever since Kodansha licensed it a few months ago. is very interesting to boot and offers something totally different to those that only know the popular places in Tokyo. They are quite unlike any manga Japanese character I've or YOU have ever read!! Is Kichijoji the Only Place to Live, Vol. Kichijoj Honestly, I've been meaning to get around to reading this, and finally -FINALLY- got around to it. The stories are fictional, but the places they visit are not, and so we get to see different places, different districts and all their unique features. I can't wait to pick up the other volumes! They quite wow you how they bond with their clients in personal and individual ways treating each one like a friend... And yet… I kinda dug it?! What attractions can be found. The art is just fantastic, I really love the style. Especially since the structure is the same, always. What shops are the best. As a whole, I find that this manga quite entertaining as well informative. The stories had a sameness that got a bit old, but I liked seeing the different neighborhoods and getting a peak into a culture that is different. Each chapter follows a different client and tours a different section of Tokyo, followed by a page specifying some of the real locales mentioned in that chapter. It makes me want to visit Japan more. NetGalley Thanks to Netgalley for making this book available for an honest review. Review first posted at 'Is Kichijoji the Only Place to Live? I don't think I've EVER read anything that shines such a light on how young Japanese women live!! : A really cool and unique concept I think it's so cool that a manga that is essentially about house-hunting has been officially localized into English. The main characters, twins Tomiko and Miyako, are an adorbs pair of chubby girls who refreshingly look like the polar opposite of the sparkly tiny-waisted, giant-eyed monsters that are a staple of female anime characters. I wouldn't mind reading more of these stories. There are several areas in the city that were featured in this first volume of the manga, such as Zoshigaya, Gotanda, and Nakano to name a few. That sounds sooooo pants, right? Despite not having an overarching plot, this book does a great job of making the two main characters likeable. The mention of all the various train lines make me dizzy. I loved the way this was written - each chapter following the same structure of a different person looking for an apartment in Kichijoji and the twins taking them to explore a different area instead! - I read this book from NetGalley UK in exchange for a fair review. I'm happy this has been translated into English, since there's hardly anything alike on the market. I adored strolling through real Japanese neighborhoods with these sisters and their clients and learning a bit about how young Japanese women live... I'm sure it is the same with any large city. The art isn't as visually appealing as Fumi Yoshinaga or Akiko Higashimura's, but I don't think it necessarily needs to be. I am looking forward to I love reading manga. The English translation is well done, making this an easy read! What shops are the best. with everything else but Kichijoji. Thank you for allowing me to review this manga. Reading this graphic novel is like perusing a pamphlet promoting neighborhoods in Tokyo aside from the famous part of Kichijoji. :P This one is about two girls, twins, who run an estate agency in Kichijoji. So it is easy for me to read all chapters about these Shigeta Twins. So here I feel like I can be there without being there, although all the food makes me hungry! Reasons behind the house hunt are fleshed out and everything ends well. As a story, however, it gets old fast. The Shigeta Twins run a real estate agency in Kichijoji. Each client is shocked, I tell you , shocked that there is a part of Tokyo that can have cool stuff other than Kichijoji. I totally got this as a whim and wasn't sure what to expect and yet I quickly fell in love with Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews... Reasons behind the house hunt are fleshed out and everything ends well. This is a good manga and you'll surely learn something else! It's fascinating that there seem to be so many slice-of-life stories about older protagonists hitting the American market right now! I don't know any districts in Tokyo so I'm not aware where Kichijoji is. The Kichijoji district is well-known because it is the most preferred place that Japanese people choose if they want to reside in Tokyo. And yet… I kinda dug it?! You may expect them to always be neatly dressed and ready for you, but the truth is that these girls, during moments of nothingness, sleep, eat, or generally hang around. 遠いな! しっかり今回の人、 インスタれない風景を手に入れられたのは良かったね! で、 勲男さんのインスタどこ? 第25話・あの頃、住みたかった家 ここの話はブログのみで!. Sure, I was less happy that it seemed to be digital only, but eh. I love how at first the clients aren't sure what to think about them... Google is probably jealous of his superskills. I received this manga from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. And taking into account needs that the client didn't anticipate or solutions that are a better fit than the client knew existed! And that's the only sad part … I was finished to soon! Within seconds he can find tons of available apartments for you in or near Kichioji. Honestly, I've been meaning to get around to reading this, and finally -FINALLY- got around to it. 1 by MAKIHIROHI is a free NetGalley e-comicbook that I read in late July. Two expedient, rather casual, distractable, and rebellious sisters who are my age, actually, with an equal interest in metal and tattoos run a realty place in Kichijoji, but continually find reasons to suggest properties outside of town to their clients. Is Kichijoji the Only Place to Live is a series with no plot: it's very episodic, is incredibly realistic, and showcases various areas in Tokyo, all while moving through someone's current reason for wanting a new place to live. I received a review copy of this manga from Kodansha Comics and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. A client comes in, needs a place and they find it. This is so fun oh my goodness! I liked that we don't just see the real estate stuff we also get to know the twins a bit more. The method these two go about is what is so freaking fascinating! ずっと乗ってみたかった絶叫マシーンに乗るシーンは好きだな! こういうの何ヶ所かある! 第24話・自分を好きになる街 インスタ女子! 会ったことないんですが居るの? で、 鎌倉って遠くないか!? と、 思いつつ品川から46分って言われると近く感じるけど遠いわ! 最近、 お台場で働いてもいるから海の近くっていいかもってちょっと思ってる。

Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews... So the plot is quite simple... The familiarity of each chapter's structure was just... Despite not having an overarching plot, this book does a great job of making the two main characters likeable. Taking this manga while going on a trip to Tokyo might be just the thing! Kichijoji is intensely relaxing: I like that there's no overarching plot, that each sorry is self contained. I doubt I would have enjoyed this series as a high schooler, but like What Did You Eat Yesterday? What attractions can b An alternative to doing research on Toyko, or getting a travel guide, this book is a series of stories about a pair of twins who run a real estate agency for apartments in Tokyo, who know all the different districts, and whose underlying theme is that Kichijoji is not the only place in Tokyo to live. I really enjoyed the info boxes that tell more about the places mentioned and such. But don't worry, these girls are pros. However, I like this a lot more than TTG. is an unexpected Japanese manga that feels more like a graphic novel for adults! I am looking forward to read the next installment. The manga is about these two sisters, twins, that run an real estate firm after their parents died. but then find these two girls are the perfect pair to search out their perfect apartment for them. They don't like how their neighborhood is changing. It is the equivalent of people coming to Los Angeles and thinking the only cool place to live is West Hollywood, and not considering Silver Lake, or Echo Park or Atwater. Two fraternal twins run a highly sought after real estate agency in Kichijoji sought by young ladies who believe the hype that Kichijoji is the coolest place to live. I just really really loved this This graphic novel is about twin sisters who ran a property agency. is a very different kind of manga, more like a travel book of sorts. They don't like how their neighborhood is changing. An alternative to doing research on Toyko, or getting a travel guide, this book is a series of stories about a pair of twins who run a real estate agency for apartments in Tokyo, who know all the different districts, and whose underlying theme is that Kichijoji is not the only place in Tokyo to live. 1 by MAKIHIROHI is a free NetGalley e-comicbook that I read in late July. You may expect them to always be neatly dressed and ready for you, but the truth is that these girls, during moments of nothingness I received this manga from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. So, good if you want to bone up on Tokyo but if not, you might find this a little dull and repetitive. Totally out of the ordinary, an exceptional drawing style You got to fall in love with this drawings that look like they come out of the 80's and a relaxing story that kept my away till I had finished it. The twins were also so loveable and I really liked their little subplot going on that is to be continued in volume two! is a very different kind of manga, more like a travel book of sorts. And the pages at the end of each arc showing the real neighborhoods are so freaking fun... As the title already says, this manga will not just feature Kichijoji. They clearly go to a lot of effort to find their clients a home that really fits their needs and suits them. Makihirochi slowly builds their characters over the book, much like she reveals the character of Tokyo through exploring its many districts. Another fun thing is that each chapter also gives us real life locations often the ones we saw, but sometimes new ones that you could visit if you were in the neighbourhood. You don't always want to flip over the next page when you are done, you just want to gaze at it a bit longer. The places and stores they mention in the comic exist in real life and are promoted in a Zagat-like way at the end of every issue. This is just such a comforting manga. These girls, and their colleague, will help you find a home that you will just love to bits. Two fraternal twins run a highly sought after real estate agency in Kichijoji sought by young ladies who believe the hype that Kichijoji is the coolest place to live. So it is easy for me to read all chapters about these Shigeta Twins. This was one of the manga that I was very excited about ever since Kodansha licensed it a few months ago. It's fascinating that there seem to be so many slice-of-life stories about older protagonists hitting the American market right now! Reading Kichijoji often reminded me of Tokyo Tarareba Girls: actually, the art bears a bit of resemblance to that work too. それから、 リノベは着実に進んでいます! で、 その工事途中を見学したいんだって! つか、 家を買う=お墓なイメージ!? 終の棲家!? そういう発想はなかったなぁかぐりんわ! かぐりんてきには、 毎日違う場所で寝起きするのもありかなって思ってる。 Totally out of the ordinary, an exceptional drawing style You got to fall in love with this drawings that look like they come out of the 80's and a relaxing story that kept my away till I had finished it. Book 1' by MAKIHIROCHI is a manga about a couple really odd real estate agents, and a guide to some of the cool neighborhoods around Tokyo. When a series of young women come in to their office looking for a place to live in Kichijoji, these odd twins take them to the hidden neighborhoods around Tokyo and seem to understand exactly what these young women need. They are in to food and heavy metal. with everything else but Kichijoji. We see them ponder about weight, going to that concert or all the concerts , if they should also move or stay, we see them walk around the neighbourhood, talk to locals, and more. The twins were also so loveable and I really liked their little subplot going on that This is so fun oh my goodness! I wish I can look for male customers since in this volume all of them are women. Still, this is a charming slice-of-life manga full of cool locations and a couple of delightful leads. It seems that everyone wants to live there! I can understand though that people are still willing to throw down so much money, it is Tokyo, and it is a wonderful big city. Moreover, there are several funny scenes especially on how clients' first impressions to the Shigeta Twins who owns a small real-estate agency. and Tokyo Tarareba Girls, it's fun to read as a grown-up and get a peek at everyday adult life in another country. He is a true search demon. The places and stores they mention in the comic exist in real life and are promoted in a Zagat-like way at the end of every issu Is Kichijoji the Only Place to Live, Vol. This is such a unique, quirky manga about two twin sisters that run a real estate office in Tokyo. If you are a fan of niche josei titles you owe it to yourself to check this one out! It would be nice to do the real visit to those places. Reading this graphic novel is like perusing a pamphlet promoting neighborhoods in Tokyo aside from the famous part of Kichijoji. Although everyone who comes through their agency believe that Kichijoji is the best neighborhood to live… Each story revolves around a different client. what is there to anticipate or worry about?! Is Kichijoji the Only Place to Live is a series with no plot: it's very episodic, is incredibly realistic, and showcases various areas in Tokyo, all while moving through someone's current reason for wanting a new place to live. I read many kind of genres. The art works although it isn't anything special. And that's the only sad part … I was finished to soon! When a series of young women come in to their office looking for a place to live in Kichijoji, these odd twins take them to the hidden neighborhoods around Tokyo and seem to und 'Is Kichijoji the Only Place to Live? And not only that, because they will also promote a neighbourhood every chapter has a new one and totally make you want to move there instantly and make me want to visit Japan even more. My favourite thing about this manga is the lit A really cool and unique concept I think it's so cool that a manga that is essentially about house-hunting has been officially localized into English. Each chapter is about a new person looking for a change. ちなみに、 一人は楽しいよ、やったことない人はぜひ! 第22話・同じ場所に住む理由 つか、 ここにでてくるおばさん怖いね。

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